July 29, 2014+855 72 6666 771info@crdt.org.khWe believe in a Cam­bodia free from poverty and envir­on­mental degrad­a­tion
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In Kratie, Le Tonlé, Stung Treng, Weekly update from the field Posted

Le Tonlé Develops its Operations Manual

The two training guesthouses and restaurants of Le Tonlé Tourism Training Center are essential. They do not only generate income for the training programme but also provide true-to-life working experience to all trainees to build their capacity in tourism and hospitality profession. From year to year, the reputation of Le Tonlé guesthouse and restaurant has […]
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In Food Security, Income Generation, Kratie, Water & Sanitation, Weekly update from the field Posted

Kampong Rotes’ Villagers Happy with the Agricultural Irrigation System Achievement

Starting in July 2013, CRDT and its partner, Live &Learn Environmental Education Cambodia cooperated in a project of Community Resilience and Food Security in Sambour district, Kratie province. Under the financial support of the Charitable Trust Fund Australia, six villages were selected to enhance their community resilience through water management and sustainable agricultural production in […]
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In Food Security, Income Generation, Kratie, Mondulkiri, Weekly update from the field Posted

CRDT launches a new project — “Demonstration Plots of High-yield Agro-forestry System”

CRDT is cooperating with the Forestry Administration (FA) in Mondulkiri and Kratie provinces to implement one component of the FA project funded by the International Tropical Timber Organization, called “Demonstration Plots of High-yield Agro-forestry System”. This project started in June and will be completed in November 2014. The main purpose of the project is to […]
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In Food Security, Income Generation, Social Enterprise, Stung Treng, Weekly update from the field Posted

Catfish Raising in Kamphun Village

Mrs. Koe Khamphat is a fish farmer living in Kamphun village, Stung Treng province. She started raising catfish in January 2014. She was provided with one fish tank and training on catfish raising technique from CRDT’s livelihood project funded by Worldfish Center. The catfish raising project has benefited her family in three ways: Firstly, to […]
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We believe every Cambodian should have access to a protein rich and varied diet.

We believe every Cam­bod­ian should have suf­fi­cient income to allow an adequate stand­ard of living.

We believe every Cam­bod­ian should have access to clean water.

We believe every Cam­bod­ian should have access to safe, clean energy.

We believe every Cam­bod­ian should value their envir­on­ment and man­age nat­ural resources responsibly.

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CRDT is a local not for profit organization which aims to lift communities out of poverty in support of conservation through participatory community based approaches.

Founded in 2001 as a voluntary university student initiative, CRDT has grown into an organization working to deliver community and rural development projects to 4,961 families in support of conservation of the critically endangered Mekong River Irrawaddy Dolphins in Kratie and Stung Treng, and the protection of tropical forest biodiversity in Mondulkiri.
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